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Uvalde School Shooter Wrote ‘LOL’ On Whiteboard In Victims Blood



Disgusting Uvalde School Shooter Wrote 'LOL' On Whiteboard In Victims Blood

Disgusting Uvalde School Shooter Wrote ‘LOL’ On Whiteboard In Victims Blood

The Uvalde school shooter used the blood of his victims to write “LOL” across a whiteboard inside a classroom at Robb Elementary School last year after he gunned down 19 students and two teachers, a Texas lawmaker revealed this week.

The appalling detail shared by Texas House Rep. Joe Moody on Tuesday drew gasps and sobs from victims’ parents, some of whom had waited 13 hours to advocate for gun control during a hearing that day at the Texas statehouse.

“The attacker scooped up the blood of his victims and smeared it into his disgusting message,” the El Paso Democrat said, according to NBC News. “What he wrote in innocent blood next to that (whiteboard) was the phrase, ‘LOL,’” Moody said of 18-year-old Salvador Ramos.

Tuesday morning’s hearing on the bill, which would raise the age to purchase semi-automatic rifles from 18 to 21, dragged on past midnight as grieving families waited to argue for stricter gun laws. “We waited for 13 hours,” Kimberly Rubio, whose daughter Lexi was killed, said through tears. “Did you think we’d go home?”

During her testimony, Rubio questioned whether lawmakers had watched any coverage of the shooting, and urged them to consider how they would feel if they suffered a similar loss.

“Did you imagine what it would feel like to bury your child?” she asked. “Sit with that image as we do because only when you imagine, will you as lawmakers take the necessary action, including voting for the bill.”

Had the minimum age been implemented, Ramos would not have been able to commit the mass shooting just eight days after his 18th birthday.

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